Jackson Martínez makes history with Porto

Chocó-native Jackson Martínez made history yesterday by scoring two goals in Porto’s game against Dinamo Kiev in Europe’s Champions League; the game ended in a 3-2 victory for Porto.

In addition, the first goal scored by the striker was made with an assist from fellow countryman James Rodríguez, which makes it a 100% Colombian accomplishment.

A Colombian soccer player had not achieved anything similar in the League since Faustino Asprilla’s hat-trick for Newcastle against Barcelona more than a decade ago.

2 Respuestas para “Jackson Martínez makes history with Porto”

  1. Alex Dice:

    Jackson is a not only a tremendous player, but an excellent person. He will follow in the steps of Falcao and will some day play in a much bigger club in Europe.

  2. Alberto Hurtado L Dice:

    Alberteacher thinks that Jackson Martinez, James Rodriguez and Falcao Garcia are three of the best Colombian soccer players nowadays in the world and that’s why they are in our Selection’Team….Falcao in being nominated for the Gold Ball…
    Asprilla was good as a player, but very unruly, or difficult or impossible to discipline, or control, too intractable, recalcitrant, too failure to submit to rule off the field….Let’s hope the first three above mentioned behave or conduct in proper ways for their own good as well as for the good will of our beautiful country Colombia…located between Oceans and withing largest mountains…the lung for the world….Thanks to Ms. Bertha Lucia Villa and el Colombiano for the chance given to us to express what’s in our minds. Alberteacher

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